We’re taking over the 6th annual Art After Dark, an after-hours fundraising event for the Art Museum of the Americas on Friday, August 28. This year promises to be a spectacular night filled with video art projected on the building outside, live music by Matias Aguayo of Chile, performance art by Dominique Paul of Canada, and renowned DJ Kelton Higgins. The Waterweavers exhibit, as raved about in the New York Times and the Washington Post, will be open late for your viewing pleasure.
Drinks and Revelry Included!
Drinks: Your ticket includes your drinks for the night! Bars will be serving the Guatemalan Famosa Beer, wine, and bubbly. Please note you must be at least 21 years of age to attend the event.
Food: A variety of food trucks will be on site selling delicious nosh.
Attire: Dress to impress! Check out photos from last year’s event by clicking here. The museum also discourages high heels as the outdoor walkways are made of pebbles.
Date: Friday, August 28
Time: 8:00pm - 1:00am
Location: Art Museum of the Americas, 201 18th St NW Washington, DC 20006
Pre-Party: Tonic, 2036 G St NW starting at 7pm
Tickets: Your name will be on the list at check in that night.
About the Art Museum of the Americas (AMA)
AMA is a space for cultural expression, creativity, dialogue and learning, highlighting themes such as democracy, development, human rights, justice, freedom of expression, and innovation. AMA’s work advances the inter-American agenda, drawing on the arts to showcase a constructive vision of the future of the Americas via local and hemispheric cultural exchange. Art After Dark is presented by the Friends of the Art Museum of the Americas, a non-profit 501(c)3, dedicated to funding the programming of AMA.